The health condition of ex-Yugoslavian President Slobodan Milosevic, who is locked up in jail in Belgrade, is rapidly deteriorating, reported the Central Committee of the Serbian Socialist Party yesterday. The Socialist Party, which is headed by Milosevic, has once again demanded that its leader, who suffers from ischemia and has a blood pressure of 195/125, get proper medical treatment. According to the Central Committee's report, the decision to prolong Milosevic's custody was made without his undergoing proper analyses. The fact that heart disease and high blood pressure may result in myocardical attack, cardiac hypertrophy and even untimely death was completely ignored, stressed the ex-president's associates. Ethic rules demand that such patients be handled with special care. "Therefore, we insist, once again, that our chairman's right to proper treatment be observed," reads the Central Committee's report.
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